Biehl International Research Fellowship Presentations

McGriff Alumni House Science Research Abroad: Two Sewanee students present their social science research results and travel experiences as Biehl Fellows. Students, faculty, staff, and the Sewanee community are welcome! Refreshments will be served.

Science Research Abroad: Two Sewanee students present their social science research results and travel experiences as Biehl Fellows. Students, faculty, staff, and the Sewanee community are welcome!  Refreshments will be served.

Kausha Luna, C'15: "Peru: Volunteerism and Social Service Participation"
Luna traveled to Cusco, Peru to investigate the relationships between NGOs and Peruvian communities. During her time in Peru, Kausha interviewed Peruvian nationals and NGO heads to evaluate the relationship between these two parties. This research was inspired by her previous volunteer work in Guatemala and Peru.

Pierce Myers, C'15: "Chile: Urban Public Transportation Networks and Its Effects on Geographic Mobility"
Public transportation is a contentious topic in Santiago, Chile, a sprawling city of around seven million inhabitants. The international success of the Chilean economy and a well cultivated global image can hide a growing stratification of wealth. This stratification calls for a critical examination of the forces that have driven the urban morphology of Santiago in recent years while more importantly asking questions about how human experience of the city. Urban mobility is a great lens through which to address these issues.



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